black and white sign (bichrome image taken with black and white film)

black and white sign (bichrome image taken with black and white film)

Taken with the Wray Stereo Graphic camera that I first used in week 59 of my 52 film cameras in 52 weeks project:
52cameras.blogspot.com/
This camera takes stereo pairs, and on the negatives, each pair is two frames apart, so between each pair there are two other single frames.
Ilford Pan F 400 black and white negative film developed in Ilfosol 3.
For this exposure I taped a red filter over the left lens, and a blue one over the right, then tried out a two colour (bichrome) version of the trichrome technique.
Trichrome photography involves taking three exposures of the same subject on black and white film. Each exposure is taken through a red, green or blue filter. These photos are then combined to produce a colour image.

Posted by pho-Tony on 2013-08-21 18:01:55

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